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U.S. Hot List: Cameron shines, while German-Americans struggle

Everton and USA goalkeeper Tim Howard has revealed how tough it was signing for Manchester United at 23, and his own favourite shot stoppers.

It's no secret that for many key members of the United States national team, the second half of 2014 was one to forget on the club front.

Now, thankfully, a new year is finally on the horizon.

MLS capped its season two weeks ago. Liga MX followed suit seven days later. And this past weekend's games in Germany, France and the Netherlands marked the last matches before those circuits closed up for their respective winter breaks. Only the teams in England keep playing though the holidays, and,...

Diego Fagundez's decision: Play with Uruguay Under-20s or wait for U.S.?

Diego Fagundez is facing a crucial decision for his international future. Play for Uruguay or wait for the U.S.?

Diego Fagundez has long been hoping to return to the U.S. national team program, but citizenship issues have taken his international career south. Should the New England Revolution midfielder play for Uruguay in Under-20 World Cup qualifiers, he will be unable to switch to the U.S. in the future.

But Fagundez, who played for U.S. junior teams as a 13- and 14-year-old, is planning to make the most of his situation.

Fagundez, 19, is among 27 players on a provisional roster preparing for the South...

Does Cuban defector Osvaldo Alonso have U.S. national team future?

Osvaldo Alonso is a three-time MLS All-Star and has established himself as a vital member of the Seattle Sounders.

Only a few hours had passed after President Obama's announcement of an easing of the relationship with Cuba when the first speculation began appearing about the implications for sports.

The discussion primarily centered on baseball and the prospect of hundreds of Cuban players finding their way to MLB, as everything from immediate all-stars to solid backup players. MLB has long had provisional plans in place for such an eventuality, while for their part the Cuban authorities have already set a...

How are the "U.S. Boys" faring in the Bundesliga so far this season?

ESPN FC's Raphael Honigstein reveals how John Brooks is progressing at Hertha Berlin and gives some areas in which he can continue to improve.

With the German winter break almost upon us, it's a good time to look at how the four "U.S. Boys" (as Germans tend to call them) have fared in the Bundesliga. Raphael Honigstein offers the half-season report on John Anthony Brooks, Julian Green, Fabian Johnson and Timothy Chandler.

Anthony John Brooks, Hertha BSC

The past few days sum up the 21-year-old's hot-and-cold campaign perfectly. On Saturday in the 1-0 win over Dortmund, Brooks was the star of the show with an uncompromising, flawless...

Altidore's Sunderland effort is laudable but maybe he should move on

The ESPN FC crew react to Jozy Altidore's shocking miss against West Ham, in a Sunderland career where he's scored only two goals in 69 Premier League appearances.

Two minutes before Sunderland's kickoff Saturday against West Ham, a post appeared on the A Love Supreme message board with the topic, "Today is Jozy Altidore's day," followed by the text, "He will win this for us today. His time has come. Haway Jozy."

Just over 50 minutes later, after Altidore had tied his feet in a knot when presented with a tap-in from three yards out, someone else posted on the same thread:

"Love him, but let's face facts: He's rotten at football."

Moments later, on another...

 By Jason Davis

DaMarcus Beasley retires after distinguished U.S. career of two halves

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden believes DaMarcus Beasley was able to play in four World Cups for the U.S. because of his ability to adapt and reinvent himself in the latter stages of his career.

DaMarcus Beasley announced his retirement from international soccer on Monday, ending a U.S. career that spanned 14 years, from his early days as one of the exciting young attackers emerging from U.S. Soccer's Bradenton, Florida, academy to his final appearance in a friendly against Colombia last month as the team's starting left-back.

In between were appearances in four World Cup tournaments, a distinction only Beasley holds in the annals of American soccer history. He helped the U.S. advance out...